Many barristers at Henderson Chambers may also accept instructions from companies and individuals direct, without the assistance of a solicitor under the Bar Council’s Public Access scheme.
Professional, licensed or public access clients may contact the clerks to obtain a quotation for legal services. Quotations will be provided if sufficient information has been provided by the client and one or more barrister in chambers would be willing to provide the legal services requested. Our most commonly used pricing model for this legal services is fixed fee.
Not every case or matter will be suitable for public access, and in many cases you will need to instruct a solicitor or other professional.
Please be aware that we cannot obtain legal aid, public funding or act under a Conditional Fee arrangement on your behalf, and in many cases you will be asked to pay in advance for any work you would like one of our barristers to undertake for you.
Please refer to the Bar Standards Board’s note on Public Access for further guidance. Please also note that, whilst many of our barristers provide pro bono (free services), they do so only via Advocate (formerly the Bar Pro Bono Unit) who you should contact directly.
Barristers at Henderson Chambers are regulated by the Bar Standards Board.